EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Associate Development Director 
 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network

TITLE: Associate Development Director

SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

SALARY: $85,000

BENEFITS: Health, Dental, and Vision insurance; Commuter stipend

 

Job Description:

Homeless Children’s Network is a community-based non-profit organization providing mental health and family support to children and families who are homeless or at-risk. Our programs are unique in their Afri-centric approach to service provision and infrastructure. We are growing rapidly, as a leading provider of trauma-informed behavioral health services to Black/African American families in San Francisco.

 

HCN is seeking a hands-on Associate Development Director for a key role in our Development and Communications department. We are seeking a highly motivated individual with the energy and experience to oversee fundraising and day-to-day operations of the department. The Associate Development Director will be an integral part of the HCN team, reporting to HCN’s Director of Development and Communications.

 

This position is full-time with excellent benefits. A flexible schedule may be available. During the pandemic, the position is fully remote. Once it is safe to return, this position will be full time in-office in San Francisco.

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Achieve fundraising goals from public, private and individual donors.

  • Working with the Grants Manager to research, write and submit LOIs, proposals and reports. Hands-on writing is a part of this position, as well as overseeing the larger picture of institutional support.

  • Developing and applying a deep understanding of HCN’s programs to effectively tell our story to funders, donors, and others in the community.

  • Collaborating with the Finance Department to produce proposal budgets and financial reports.

  • Exercising sound judgment and initiative in identifying and cultivating additional institutional prospects.

  • Initiating, planning, and leading regular donor and community events including online and in-person (post-COVID) events. This includes smaller events for major donors and community leaders as well as larger fundraising events and parties.

  • Collaborating with the Director of Development and Communications and development team on strategic planning for HCN's institutional portfolio, integrated development planning and communications.

  • Communicating regularly with the various program departments to remain updated on program developments and update institutional funders and prospects on the organization’s work, accordingly.

  • Working with the development and communications teams to increase supporters’ and community awareness of HCN’s impact and programs through newsletters, fundraising collateral, and ongoing development of messaging and branding.

  • Overseeing HCN’s online presence. This includes website updates and working with the Development and Communications Associate on the newsletter and social media such as the HCN blog, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and other channels.

  • Working with development and administrative staff to update and maintain institutional donor records.

  • Maintaining currency and regularly sharing knowledge of relevant local and national trends and opportunities in philanthropy.

 

Qualifications:

  • At least 5-7 years of direct or comparable experience with grant-writing and fundraising.

  • Superb writing, communications, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Highly organized and motivated, able to multitask, take initiative, and have excellent time management skills.

  • Broad and strategic mindset, with creative aptitude and effective use of independent judgment.

  • Ability to demonstrate flexibility and resilience in a high-pressure work environment.

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and prior nonprofit employment required.

  • Experience working with a CRM database management is a plus.

 

HCN’s Culture:

In alignment with our diverse and devoted staff, HCN seeks candidates who are genuine, caring, enthusiastic, team-orientated individuals. Successful candidates have a positive attitude and proven ability to work successfully with people of different ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious and sexual orientations.

We also emphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality. Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

 

To apply, please submit:

  • One-page cover letter describing your relevant experience and why you are interested in this position.

  • Resume

  • One writing sample, preferably a funded grant proposal, demonstrating your development writing skills.

 

Please submit to Hilary Bothma, Development and Communications Director at hilary@hcnkids.org.

 
Ma'at Clinical Supervisor

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network

TITLE: Ma’at Clinical Supervisor

SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

SALARY: $82,000

BENEFITS: Health, Dental, and Vision insurance; commuter stipend

 

Description:

The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the quality of services provided by HCN staff in the Ma’at program, with a reciprocal and circular model for collaboration among a network of community partners. The Clinical Supervisor will provide clinical supervision and clinical documentation support. The Clinical Supervisor provides weekly Individual and Group Supervision to child and family mental health services staff. The Clinical Supervisor monitors clinical documentation and provides input, in coordination with the Clinical Director and Quality Assurance Director in clinical policies and procedures. Must be two years post-licensure as LCSW/LMFT/LPCC/Psychologist and have completed the required course in Clinical Supervision.

 

About the Ma’at Program:

The Ma'at Program is a supportive holistic therapeutic community, in which we center and work with African American/Black Families in San Francisco.

Ma’at is focused on seven cardinal virtues: balance, order, righteousness, harmony, justice, truth, and reciprocity. Through these values, we provide individual and family therapy, mobile community outreach, culturally-based referrals, and community organizing and advocacy. Ma'at is a healing community based on Afri-Centric and culturally opulent principles.

 

About Homeless Children’s Network

HCN works to decrease the impact of trauma and to empower families. Our comprehensive clinical services enable us to work closely with each family to understand their needs and to connect them to HCN's internal resources and our external partners. We form a trusted relationship and follow our clients over time, providing security and stability that allows them to become more stable and confident, raise healthy and emotionally independent children, and develop skills and training that will help lift them out of the cycle of homelessness.

For more information about HCN, please visit our website at https://www.hcnkids.org

About you!

  • Have been licensed for at least two years as an LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, or Clinical Psychologist, with a valid license for California

  • Completed your required Clinical Supervision training per California BBS/BOP standards

  • Experienced and knowledgeable in child development, especially in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, POC) families and communities

  • Preferably experienced in therapy through EPSDT (MediCal) and utilization of the AVATAR electronic records system

  • Familiar with resources and communities in San Francisco, especially those dedicated to Black/African American youth

  • Working knowledge/experience related to issues of homelessness and domestic violence

  • View clinical supervision as a responsibility to the next generation of mental health practitioners

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Positive attitude and team player with proven ability to work with people of different intersecting identities

  • Open to working remotely based on COVID-19 safety guidelines, but willing to travel throughout San Francisco to meet with youth and families once safely able to do so

 

HCN’s Community Culture:

Of all the above important qualifications, bring the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality, not only of your professional life, but of what you hold dear.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

 

Please have stories of your own life and how you have been a mover and shaker to transform these systems.

 

Please accept that HCN is a vibrant community that has a legacy that is of interest to you, and is also prompted to grow steadily, and with the respect of what has been done well central in the conversation.

Details at a glance:

  • On-site Location

  • Full Time Schedule

  • Master's Degree Required

Benefits:

  • Up to 6 weeks paid time off (PTO) per year

  • Heath, Dental, and Vision insurance

  • Commuter stipend

  • Open to working remotely based on COVID-19 safety guidelines

Location:

3450 3rd Street, Unit 1C, San Francisco, CA 94124

To apply, please submit a current resume and thoughtful cover letter to Dr. Hazel Benigno, Program Director [hazelb@hcnkids.org] and Bonnie Harrison, LCSW, Clinical Director [bonnie@hcnkids.org]

 
Grant Writer

Description:

 

Homeless Children’s Network is a leading provider of behavioral health and wellness services to Black/African American families in San Francisco. Our community-based non-profit organization provides trauma-informed mental health services and support to children and families who are homeless or at-risk. Our programs are unique in their Afri-centric approach in both service provision and infrastructure. To get a feeling for our community culture and values, check out the HCN blog at https://www.hcnkids.org/blog to watch our videos and see news and updates.

We are growing rapidly, and seeking a grant writer to support our Development team. You will work with the Director of Development and Communications and the Grants Manager to develop clear and compelling proposals, reports, and donor communications.

This position is full-time with excellent benefits. A flexible schedule may be available. During the pandemic, the position is fully remote. Once it is safe to return, this position will be in-office in San Francisco.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Develop and write government, foundation and corporate grant proposals for general operations and specific projects.

  • Work with Homeless Children’s Network’s development staff to understand and clearly articulate an array of mental health, youth leadership, violence prevention, and capacity building projects.

  • Research and recommend new funding sources to expand existing programs and add additional programs and services.

 

The ideal candidate will have superior writing and editing skills, keen interest in telling stories in the service of fundraising, attention to detail, and a solid understanding of nonprofit development. Candidates with knowledge of regional health and human services funders are preferred. This position has flexibility and can work remotely.

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of professional experience in grant writing

  • Exceptional writing and editing skills

  • Takes initiative to achieve great results

  • Excellent attention to detail and ability to meet tight deadlines

  • Curiosity, entrepreneurial spirit, and a sense of humor

  • Demonstrated ability to work with a wide variety of individuals and in team settings. You must be flexible and inclusive.

  • Proficiency in Excel, Word, and Outlook

 

HCN’s Culture:

In alignment with our diverse and devoted staff, HCN seeks candidates who are genuine, caring, enthusiastic, team-orientated individuals. Successful candidates have a positive attitude and proven ability to work successfully with people of different ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious and sexual orientations.

We also emphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality. Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

 

To apply, please submit:

  • One-page cover letter describing your relevant experience and why you are interested in this position.

  • Resume

  • 1-2 writing samples, preferably funded grant proposals, demonstrating your development writing skills. Attached or with a link.

 

Competitive salary package depending on experience.

 

Job Type: Full-time

 

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance

  • Health insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Vision insurance

 

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

 

Ability to Commute/Relocate:

  • San Francisco, CA 94124 (Required)

 

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Preferred)

 

Experience:

  • nonprofit grantwriting: 3 years (Required)

 

Work Location:

  • One location

 

Company's website:

 

Company's Facebook page:

 

Benefit Conditions:

  • Only full-time employees eligible

 

Work Remotely:

  • Temporarily due to COVID-19

 

COVID-19 Precaution(s):

  • Remote interview process

  • Social distancing guidelines in place

  • Virtual meetings

To apply, please submit a current resume and thoughtful cover letter to Hilary Bothma, Development and Communications Director [hilary@hcnkids.org]

 

 

 

 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network
TITLE: Quality Assurance Supervisor
SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

LOCATION: 3450 3rd Street, Unit 1C, San Francisco, CA 94124

The Quality Assurance Supervisor is responsible for the quality and completion of clinical charts, the quality and compliance of clinical documentation, the oversight of timely submission of progress notes, assessments and treatment plans, and the accuracy of billing in the Avatar system. The QA Supervisor assists the Clinical Director in determining client eligibility for Medi-Cal/EPSDT services, updates a clinical chart monitoring system, and works with individual clinicians to correct errors, improve quality of documentation and ensure accuracy of data entry. This position also provides up to 8 hours of individual and/or group supervision to pre-licensed staff and trainees.

 

Tasks include the following:

* Ensuring that HCN charts are audit-ready and organized in files

* Running Operations Reports in AVATAR

* Monitoring program productivity

* Holding weekly drop-in assistance times for clinicians who need tutoring in documentation

* Providing training to staff and interns on documentation standards and best practices

* Attendance at staff meetings

* Weekly supervision with Program Director

* Attending meetings and trainings as required by SFDPH

* Twice per month Program Utilization Review and Quality Control (PURQC) Committee meeting with Quality Associate, and/or Program Director and Clinical Director.

* Ongoing chart review-both paper and electronic records in AVATAR

* Identification of chart errors, requests for correction, monitoring of corrections and final resolution of

Clinical documentation and billing issues

* Leading monthly onsite peer chart review with clinical staff and interns

 

Minimum Qualifications:

**Licensed as an LCSW, LMFT, or LPCC

**Experience with AVATAR Electronic system highly preferred

**Experience providing therapy to children and families

**Experience in supervisory role in Quality Assurance

** People of Color, Allies of People of Color strongly encouraged to apply

 

HCN’S COMMUNITY CULTURE:

Positive attitude and team player with proven ability to work with people of different ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious and sexual orientations a must. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Genuinely caring, enthusiastic, team-orientated individuals to match our diverse and devoted staff.

The above qualifications are important, but we also emphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

 

Job Type: Full-time

 

Pay: $78,482.00 - $89,000.00 per year

 

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance

  • Health insurance

  • Life insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Vision insurance

 

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift

 

License/Certification:

  • LCSW or LMFT (Required)

 

Work Location:

  • One location

This Company Describes Its Culture as:

  • Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused

  • Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture

  • People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused

  • Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative

Benefit Conditions:

  • Only full-time employees eligible

 

Work Remotely:

  • Temporarily due to COVID-19

 

COVID-19 Precaution(s):

  • Remote interview process

  • Social distancing guidelines in place

  • Virtual meetings

To apply, please submit a current resume and thoughtful cover letter to Dr. Hazel Benigno, Program Director [hazelb@hcnkids.org] and Bonnie Harrison, LCSW, Clinical Director [bonnie@hcnkids.org]

Mental Health Quality Assurance Supervisor 
 
 
 Director of Finance

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network
TITLE: Director of Finance 
SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

LOCATION: 3450 3rd Street, Unit 1C, San Francisco, CA 94124

 

Description:

The Director of Finance is a position responsible for oversight and leadership of all financial and legal compliance and risk assessment. The Director is also responsible for budgeting, internal controls, audits and reports.

This position reports directly to the Executive Director.

Tasks include:

· Implement financial accounting policies, processes and internal controls to increase efficiency and effectiveness, as well as protect organizational assets.

· Manage financial budgeting and forecasting processes to ensure alignment with organizational strategies and priorities.

· Recommend approval of annual financial plan to Executive Director and Board of Directors.

· Generate regular financial statements and analysis for Executive Director and Board of Directors.

· Provide detailed financial information to the Development team for grant reporting.

· Ensure compliance, manage and as needed improve accounting processes (e.g., accounts receivable/payable, monthly reports by program, and develop other financial and accounting policies and procedures as needed).

· Responsible for all general ledger entries including Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Payroll

· Direct annual external audit, including 990 and other filing requirements.

 

Qualifications:

· Understanding of nonprofit financial management and governance.

· Experience in managing and reporting on government contracts and grants.

· Expertise in financial analysis and activity accounting, budget development and reporting, project and grant management and internal controls required.

· Advanced Excel skills and high proficiency in Quickbooks.

· Strong organizational skills, communication skills, analytical skills and attention to detail.

· B.A. or B.S. Degree in Accounting, Business or related field. Masters Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field a STRONG plus.

The Director of Finance is a full time position and will be part of a three person department.

Start immediately.
Related keywords: finance, controller, director of finance, finance director, finance manager, accounting

 

Job Type: Full-time

 

Pay: $72,000.00 - $86,000.00 per year

 

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance

  • Health insurance

  • Life insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Vision insurance

 

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift

 

Education:

  • Master's (Preferred)

 

Experience:

  • Accounting: 2 years (Required)

  • Analysis Skills: 2 years (Required)

 

License/Certification:

  • CPA (Preferred)

 

Work Location:

  • One location

 

This Company Describes Its Culture as:

  • Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused

  • Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture

  • Stable -- traditional, stable, strong processes

  • Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative

 

Benefit Conditions:

  • Only full-time employees eligible

 

Work Remotely:

  • No

 

COVID-19 Precaution(s):

  • Remote interview process

  • Social distancing guidelines in place

  • Virtual meetings

To apply, please submit a current resume and thoughtful cover letter to Dr. April Y. Silas, Executive Director [april@hcnkids.org]

 Clinical Supervisor
 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network
TITLE: Clinical Supervisor
SCHEDULE: Part-time position, approximately 8 hours per week (exact hours negotiable)

SALARY:  $82,000 prorated

LOCATION: 3450 3rd Street, Unit 1C, San Francisco, CA 94124

 

Description:

The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the quality of services provided by HCN therapists, with a reciprocal and circular model for collaboration among a network of community partners. The Clinical Supervisor will provide clinical supervision and clinical documentation support. The Clinical Supervisor provides weekly Individual and/or Group Supervision to child and family mental health services staff. The Clinical Supervisor monitors clinical documentation and provides input, in coordination with the Clinical Director in clinical policies and procedures. Must be two years post-licensure as LCSW/ LMFT/ LPCC/ Psychologist and have completed the required course in Clinical Supervision.

About you!

· Have been licensed for at least two years as an LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, or Clinical Psychologist, with a valid license for California

· Completed your required Clinical Supervision training per California BBS/BOP standards

· Experienced and knowledgeable in child development, especially in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, POC) families and communities

· Familiar with resources and communities in San Francisco, especially those dedicated to BIPOC youth and families

· Preferably experienced in therapy through EPSDT (MediCal) and utilization of the AVATAR electronic records system

· Working knowledge/experience related to issues of homelessness and domestic violence

· View clinical supervision as a responsibility to the next generation of mental health practitioners

· Excellent oral and written communication skills

· Positive attitude and team player with proven ability to work with people of different intersecting identities

· Open to working remotely based on COVID-19 safety guidelines, but willing to travel throughout San Francisco to meet with youth and families once safely able to do so

HCN’s Community Culture

Of all the above important qualifications, bring the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality, not only of your professional life, but of what you hold dear.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

Please have stories of your own life and how you have been a mover and shaker to transform these systems.

Please accept that HCN is a vibrant community that has a legacy that is of interest to you, and is also prompted to grow steadily, and with the respect of what has been done well central in the conversation.

 

How to Apply

To apply, please submit a current resume and thoughtful cover letter.
 

Job Type: Part-time

 

Benefit Conditions:

  • Only full-time employees eligible

 

Work Remotely:

  • Temporarily due to COVID-19

 

COVID-19 Precaution(s):

  • Remote interview process

To apply, please submit a current resume and thoughtful cover letter to Bonnie Harrison, Clinical Supervisor [bonnie@hcnkids.org]

Ma'at Mental Health Therapist
 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network
TITLE: Ma'at Mental Health Therapist
SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

LOCATION: 3450 3rd Street, Unit 1C, San Francisco, CA 94124

SALARY: $72,000

BENEFITS: Health, Dental, and Vision insurance; Commuter stipend

 

Description:

Therapists work individually with children to help prevent or resolve psycho-social difficulties experienced by a child as a result of their homelessness. Through talk and play therapy, and other support mechanisms, we help youth explore their emotions freely, express them safely and develop their ability to communicate them in the most appropriate way. We believe that giving children the opportunity to communicate enables them to gain more control over their own behavior.

We also support the mental health needs of parents by providing strength-based therapies and counseling services. We help parents achieve mental and emotional stability so that they can increase their connection to the child(ren) and cultivate a healthy environment in which them.

 

About the Ma’at Program:

The Ma'at Program is a supportive holistic therapeutic community, in which we center and work with African American/Black Families in San Francisco.

Ma’at is focused on seven cardinal virtues: balance, order, righteousness, harmony, justice, truth, and reciprocity. Through these values, we provide individual and family therapy, mobile community outreach, culturally-based referrals, and community organizing and advocacy. Ma'at is a healing community based on Afri-Centric and culturally opulent principles.

For more information about the Ma’at program, please watch our introductory video at https://www.hcnkids.org/ma-at-program

About Homeless Children’s Network

HCN works to decrease the impact of trauma and to empower families. Our comprehensive clinical services enable us to work closely with each family to understand their needs and to connect them to HCN's internal resources and our external partners. We form a trusted relationship and follow our clients over time, providing security and stability that allows them to become more stable and confident, raise healthy and emotionally independent children, and develop skills and training that will help lift them out of the cycle of homelessness.

For more information about HCN, please visit our website at https://www.hcnkids.org

 

About you!

  • Obtained at least a Master’s degree, especially in Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Social Work/Social Welfare, Marriage and Family Therapy, or similarly related field

  • Experienced and knowledgeable in child development, especially in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, POC) families and communities

  • Preferably experienced in provision of therapy through EPSDT (MediCal)

  • Familiar with resources and communities in San Francisco, especially those dedicated to Black/African American youth

  • Working knowledge/experience related to issues of homelessness and domestic violence

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Positive attitude and team play with proven ability to work with people of different intersecting identities

  • Open to working remotely based on COVID-19 safety guidelines, but willing to travel throughout San Francisco to meet with youth and families once safely able to do so

 

HCN’s Community Culture

Of all the above important qualifications, bring the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality, not only of your professional life, but of what you hold dear.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

Please have stories of your own life and how you have been a mover and shaker to transform these systems.

Please accept that HCN is a vibrant community that has a legacy that is of interest to you, and is also prompted to grow steadily, and with the respect of what has been done well central in the conversation.

 

How to Apply:
To apply, please submit a current resume and thoughtful cover letter to Dr. Hazel Benigno, Program Director and Bonnie Harrison, LCSW, Clinical Director. More information can be found on our Employment page at https://www.hcnkids.org/employment

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance

  • Health insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Vision insurance

 

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift

  • Day shift

  • Monday to Friday

 

Education:

  • Master's (Required)

 

Application Question:

  • Do you have a current/ pending registration with the California BBS/ BOP? Feel free to provide more details if it is not current at this time.

 

Work Location:

  • One location

 

Company's website:

 

Work Remotely:

  • Temporarily due to COVID-19

 

COVID-19 Precaution(s):

  • Remote interview process

  • Social distancing guidelines in place

  • Virtual meetings

To apply, please submit a current resume and thoughtful cover letter to Bonnie Harrison, Clinical Supervisor [bonnie@hcnkids.org]

A SAN FRANCISCO NON-PROFIT

 

Homeless Children’s Network is a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, with tax exempt status under IRS Code section 501(c)(3).

Our Federal EIN is 94-3266686

 

 

 

 

 

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